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and graton, paul revere, hearvey milkin and all mosted double digit gains in language english arts. acceleration schools in mathematics. we have ten schools who posted double digit gains. the third category were schools that we noticed doing a commendable effort at closing the achievement gap. these are schools demonstrating higher than the overall growth but in both subject areas for targeted sub group of students and had 30 students or more of the targeted groups we counted them in. schools recognizing them that closed achievement for african-americans are listed here. closing the achievement gap for latino students are listed here. english language learners similarly. so one thing we asked our principals to share with us is in your voice what you attribute to some of these accelerated growth areas into, and recently we had the opportunity to hear them share with their colleagues and we tried to summarize a few examples of that. i'm not going to read all of these points but i want to point out some of the things that were mentioned by our principals starting with the firs
have been referring to paul ryan as the paul revere of the next generation, ok? i've known paul ryan for a long time. unfortunately, he is a lot younger than i am. in fact, when i was budget committee chairman, he worked on the staff of the budget committee. but he stood out like no one else on nasdaq. then he was elected to congress. our careers are very similar because he has taken on these issues, these a dent issues and economic issues and the job issues for our country. i have to tell you, when you are in washington doing that, it is all lonely trek up the mountain. but he has never wavered. he also understands that we need economic growth. and it is not just about cutting government. it is about making it work better and providing the incentives necessary like lower taxes and common-sense regulations so that our companies can do well what is exciting about this ticket is we have mitt romney with a great experience and we have a young, energetic next vice president of the united states who is so intellectually smart, understands the families. he comes from blue-collar areas from
. this is a paul revere. this isn't the revolution after the revelation because this just happened. but it is day to day life and that truly is the biggest general of the collection. the way they talk about the literary history of the gas to, we are really talking about the magazines published, not so much as magazine is mail order catalogs disguised as magazines. magazines published by the gannett and moore's company. william gannett was a notch burner and he created something called giant ox the end. giant ox david garrett. if you had it come it would cure it. it was a little tablet and you plopped it in water and drink it and always mean well. it brought comfort to your life. the mail order catalogs at that time were actually magazines. so instead of what we would see as the sears catalog or the montgomery ward catalog, we've had these magazines full of stories. and in the stories, you needed to take ox again and it would make your life better is. in some ways it was a way to bypass advertisers, bypass traditional publishing and sell your project directly to the market. this is late 19th centu
the state of the free enterprise system in america. powell was an unusual paul revere but issued a call to arms in american business and said the free enterprise system was under assault from trade unions from consumer advocates like ralph nader who wrote the book. there was assault from environmentalists who advocated the establishment of environmental controls that would restrict industry. there was assault in academia from liberal academics and liberal economists, and he said was time for business to organize itself, is to start playing hardball in politics to become aggressive, to identify it and the means to go after its enemies and punish them and take over the power in washington. and to do it by organizing and by using the financial resources that the business and by taking to the battlefield in the lobbies and in the corridors of power in washington. what is astonishing is that that happened and i have to say running in "the new york times" bureau chief -- running "new york times" as its bureau chief in 1978 several years after the powell memorandum, i had never heard of it. i
look at women's history in a way that we don't always do. this isn't paul revere, this isn't the revolution because it's just happened, but it is day-to-day life, and that truly is the biggest in the collection. when we talk about the literary history of augusta, we are really talking about the magazine's published not so much as magazines house mail-order catalogs disguised as magazines. comfort magazine was published by the gamut company. he was an entrepreneur and he created something called giant box -- oxion. if you had it would cure it. was a little trouble with and you put it in water and drank at and always made well. it brought comfort to your life. the mail-order catalogs at that time were actually magazines. so the montgomery ward catalog we would have these magazines and in the stories it would make your life better in some ways to and are a precursor. it was a way to bypass advertisers, bypassed traditional publishing and sell your product directly to the market's. this is late 19th century through the early 20th century. 1880s the 1930's because been particula
that we don't always do. it isn't paul revere. this isn't the revolution. because it's just happened. but it is day-to-day life. and that truly is the biggest gem of the collection. we talk about the literary history of augusta. we're talking about the magazines published not as so much as magazines but catalogs disguised as magazines. "comfort magazine" was published by the [inaudible] company william was a entrepreneur and he created something called giant [inaudible] if you had it. it would cure it. it was in a brown tablet and you plucked it in water, and drank it and all was made well. it brought comfort to your life. the catalogs at the time were actually magazines. so instead of what we would see at catalog or the montgomery catalog. we have the magazines full of story and in the story you needed to take up thing. would make your life better in some waits, these are a precure or so of social networking. tcht way to bipass advertiser. bipass traditional publishes and sell your product directly to the market. it was late 19th century through mid early 20th century. 1880s to 1930
, hanging lanterns, and be a paul revere for freedom in this state? because this is an all-in an election, all of our freedoms, rights, where life, second amendment is on the line. it all means you. no one can sit this election out we are virginians. we are patriots. we are americans. you tell me right now -- are you by got all in for romney- ryan on election debs -- election day as our next president and vice president of the united states? thank you very much spirit always defend freedom every single day. >> thank you, wayne. what we do between now and november 6 we determine the type of country our kids and grandkids grew up in. will it be a country of more government, more spending, more debt, more government intrusion into our personal lives and less freedom? it is important because that is barack obama's vision for the future of our country. it is a country we hardly recognize, let alone one to live in. with the supreme court bounce by one vote and other long-term issues pending. this election is not about the next four years. this election is about the next 40 years. there are 100
already said virginia is ground zero. are you ready to saddle up and ride and be a paul revere for freedom in this state? and this is an all in election. all of our freedoms, all of our rights, all of our way of life and all of the second amendment is on the line. all means you. nobody can sit this election out. we are virginians. we are patriots. we are american. our view all in for romney/ryan on election day? [cheers and applause] thank you very much. always defend freedom every single day. >> thank you. what we do between now and november 6 will determine the type of country our kids and grandkids grow up and. the question is will it to be a country of more government, more spending, more debt, more government intrusion into our personal lives and less freedom? that is important, because that is barack obama's vision for the future of the country. it is a country we hardly recognize, let alone live in. with the supreme court bounce by one vote and all the other long- term issues before our country, this is not about the next four years. this election is about to the next 40 years. ther
think we have one of the most extraordinary secretaries of state weaver ever heard, revered in this country and around the world. looking back at vice presidential debate where clearly these issues did come out, joe biden said we're going to get out of afghanistan. paul ryan was unable to talk about what the plan was to get out of the war in afghanistan. i think the president has a very strong hand going into this. mitt romney and the few opportunities he's had, to have on the international stage, has not shown himself to be ready to be a world leader. >> okay. jonathan, mitt romney may say, hang on a s.e.cecond, unstable , dangerous pakistan, in the middle east the democracy we instilled is up in flame, et cetera, et cetera. a very different narrative could come out if he could convince the voters watching that's actually what's going on. >> the world is always a scary place. a news story about a terrible thing happening overseas and you can say, this is the president's vault. i think actually obama has an opportunity because romney has surrounded himself with the same basi
is what "saturday night live" opens with. who cares he crushed paul ryan on substance. >> the idea that now meet the press which was at one point a revered pretty straight news show that asked several questions, and then -- i don't know who [ inaudible ] is or who winds him up in the morning? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: see this is what i'm wondering -- >> yeah, you are right, leading with a bit from "saturday night live" -- >> stephanie: as if that's the narrative. and chris you were asking earlier are they going to ask stuff like boxers are briefs tonight -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: president obama weighs in on the war between nicki minaj and mariah carry. >> really? >> stephanie: they asked him. a morning show in miami. and the president said i think they'll be able to sort it out. they are both outstanding artists who will be able to move forward not backward. but these are the questions that he is asked today. >> yeah. >> stephanie: what do you think of this fake pr stunt fight -- >> i'm embarrassed to say i vaguely know who thos
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